As we recently heard, Hisense is showing off a glasses-free 3D TV at CES 2013. It turns out, however, that the Chinese electronics manufacturer has another interesting 3D TV on display at the show – it’s one that you can see through.

The television features a 50-inch transparent screen. This means that viewers can see objects behind the TV, while also seeing the 3D content being displayed – provided that they’re wearing polarizing glasses, that is.


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Not much information is available on the TV as of yet, although it’s apparently being aimed more at commercial users than regular consumers. It should be available towards the middle of the year, for about US$3,000.

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